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Personal Survival Techniques PST

Course Overview

This course forms part of the mandatory basic safety training for crew. It deals with the actions to be taken by individuals to protect themselves in emergency situations and includes practical training in the use of life jackets and inflatable life rafts.

Course Structure

The course is a structured mixture of theory and practical application.

The course is also included in our STCW Basic Safety Training Schedule

Course Content

The course is classroom based and covers these main areas:

  • Safety and Survival.
  • Emergency Situations
  • Survival Crafts and Rescue Boats
  • Personal Life Saving Appliances
  • Survival at Sea
  • Emergency Radio Equipment
  • Helicopter Operations
  • Apply first aid to survivors

Prerequisites

  • Delegates must be at least 16 years of
  • Proficiency in English Language written and Verbal skills
  • Medically Fit

Target Audience

Seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board ship.

Certification

A Project Maritime Training STCW 2010 Manilla Compliant Certificate will be issued on delegate been found competent.

Revalidation

Every five years

Venue

Held at Project Maritime Training, Saldanha Bay, South Africa.

Items to bring

  • Delegates must present photographic ID at the start of the course.
  • Accepted forms are government issued photographic identification, eg passport or identity document

Health

All delegates will be asked to complete a medical questionnaire prior to course commencement.

Dates

Courses as per training schedule or on request.

PST

STCW A-VI/1-1

JAN

2017

FEB

2017

MARCH

2017

APRIL

2017

MAY

2017

JUNE

2017

JULY

2017

AUG

2017

SEPT

2017

OCT

 2016

NOV

2016

DEC

2016

Personal Survival Techniques

STCW A-IV/1 – 1

2 Days

WEEKLY EVERY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

Contact our Business Office to Schedule

Duration 2 days
Certification STCW A – VI/1-1